Weekly Wrap-Up #3

Hello people! This week really has flown for me. And also June is flying away! We’re right in the middle of it and I keep thinking that we’are just at the beginning of it. Oh, my!
Anyway, how was your week? I am really satisfied because this week I managed to read quite a lot, and I liked all the books, so that’s quite good, right?

As usual, I don’t know who credit with this meme… so sorry! If you know, write it down on the comment, please.

Books I’ve read this week:

June started slow, reading speaking, but I dare say that the things went back to normal (even better than normal!) and this week I have read a lot of good books! Two of them were ARCs, Napa Noir is a mystery to read with a good glass of wine (or a bottle!) and A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns is a nice graphic novel fresh and interesting. The other three books are physical books, not ebooks, and that’s strange, because usually, I read more ebooks (it’s that it’s way easier to take the ebooks with me at work). And they are of three different genres, yay! It seems that I have really started to read something other than fantasy. But the best book of the bunch is the fantasy one, obviously. I loved Men at Arms by Terry Pratchett!

What am I reading:

I am reading the Italian edition of Villain by Shuichi Yoshida. I just started it, but I was expecting something more. I had this book on my wish-list since it came out in Italy and I really, really wanted to read it, so when I finally bought it I was so excited! But I am not loving the author’s writing. I hope the things would go better! And I am finally reading Redemption’s Blade by Adrian Tchaikovsky. I wanted to read something by this author and when I saw the title on NetGalley I decided to try it. I was so excited when they approved my request! So, so excited! And I am loving this book! I hope to talk to you about it really soon!

What I would read next:

I really hope to read both of them, Trickster’s Choice by Tamora Pierce and The Great Hearts by David Oliver. The Pierce’s book would be my first book by this author, and I am really excited! I had this author on my wish-list since forever and I am dying to start this one! But I am also really excited to start the other one, that’s an ARC and that seems so interesting! But there is a little problem with my plan: usually, I read an ebook and a physical book but these two are both ebooks, so maybe I couldn’t start them both the next week. Wish me luck!!

This week on the blog:

  1. Mini Arcs Review in which I talk about New Voices of Fantasy and The Asylum of Dr. Caligari.
  2. Down the TBR’s Hole #7 I really love this meme!
  3. ARC Review: A quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns. A good introduction for an interesting and actual subject.

Coming Soon:

We have reached the middle of the year, so I was thinking about writing some recaps post about the best reading so far or about the series that I’ve ended or started or continued. Something of the sort. And I’d love to write a couple of reviews, too, maybe one for an ARCs and one for a book that I loved. I have written really few reviews for non-ARCs books and I hope to do better!

And what about your week? What have you read? And how was this week for your blog? If you wrote a similar post, comment with your link!
Happy reading!

17 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up #3

  1. Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku says:

    Holy buckets!!! You read sooooo many books this week! I am incredibly impressed, Suzie. Well done!

    And YAY! I’m happy to see Trickster’s Choice on your TBR. I hope that you find Pierce’s writing enjoyable when you get to it. It’s a fun book to insert between more challenging ones, for what that’s worth…

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  2. Kathy @Pages Below the Vaulted Sky says:

    I’m also planning on starting Redemption’s Blade in the next couple of weeks! I’m excited. 😀 And oooh Trickster’s Choice is a wonderful starting point for Pierce’s books, I think. It’s got a bit of pretty much everything: magic, political intrigue, interesting female characters. And I think it appeals to older audiences more than the Song of Tortall books.

    And a midway recap would be fun. 😀

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